WCA Hospital's board of directors recently elected two new members, Terry Havens-Turner and Jeffrey Piazza.
"We welcome Jeffrey and Terry and the talent, experience and enthusiasm they bring to our board," said Brenda J. Ireland, WCA Hospital board chair. "In our quest for medical excellence, amidst the adverse economic healthcare reform challenges, we look forward to working with our board members together with hospital leadership, physicians and employees in creatively redesigning healthcare and realigning our strategies that will position WCA well for future growth and success."
Terry Havens-Turner is a graduate of Cornell University with a bachelor of science in operations research/industrial engineering. She serves as the corporate secretary and treasurer for Matric Group in Seneca, Pa., a company owned by her husband, Richard E. Turner Jr., president and owner of the Matric Group. She serves as president of the Lutheran Social Services Foundation and is a member of Group Operating Committee for Lutheran Social Services. She is a trustee for Jamestown Business College and past president and executive board member of the Chautauqua Lake Association.
Havens-Turner is a member of Creche and founding member and past vice president of Southwestern Central Schools Foundation and past vice chairman of the Chautauqua Lake Management Commission. She resides in Lakewood with her husband, Richard, and has three grown children, Richard, Bradley and Lauren.
Jeffrey A. Piazza is a local attorney. He brings many years of invaluable insight and experience in legal, business and management expertise to the board. Piazza received his bachelor of science degree from the State University at Buffalo and a juris doctor degree from the University of Akron School of Law in 1992. He is a partner for the law firm Hall & Piazza LLP, 600 Hotel Jamestown Office Building, Jamestown. Piazza is characterized as a servant leader in his community who has made a mark on the organizations in which he is involved including, past board member on the YMCA Camp Onyahsa board and the YMCA board. He was 2002 co-chair of the Professional Division of the United Way Annual Fund Drive and is a member of the Chautauqua Region Community Foundation. Additionally, Piazza serves as the Kiantone town supervisor.
He lives in Kiantone with his wife, Evelyn, and children Ally and Billy.